Year 6 pupils view and explore the work of Bryanston

13th August 2018

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On Friday 11 November, five year 6 students travelled to Mall Galleries, London, to view and explore the work of Bryanston. Bryanston has a proud creative tradition and its renowned art department has inspired generations of pupils, including Lucian Freud, Sir Howard Hodgkin and Sir Terence Conran. There was an exhibition of past and current pupils’ art and design work – paintings, mixed media, sculpture and furniture and we were challenged to guess which work had been created by pupils and which has been created by teachers at Bryanston.
The pupils took part in two workshops:
1. Howard Hodgkin Inspired Colours and Shapes
Using Hodgkin as inspiration, the pupils each created abstract paintings complete with frames.
2. Exploring Dimensions: Space and Form
Pupils created spatial sculptures using flexible cane, ping pong balls and brightly coloured tape.
We also made a pit stop at Trafalgar Square following the Remembrance Day event. The foundation were full with red poppies, some of which had messages written on them remembering lost family members.

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